Peering into massive semi-truck engines, ducking beneath wheel wells and examining tail lights, students at Boone County Truck Driving School slowly worked through their first pre-trip inspection, huddling together in small groups against the chilly mountain air.
Peering into massive semi-truck engines, ducking beneath wheel wells and examining tail lights, students at Boone County Truck Driving School slowly worked through their first pre-trip inspection, huddling together in small groups against the chilly mountain air.
Ian Heaton was a black belt Tae Kwon Do instructor who played baseball, soccer and lacrosse as a sophomore at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School in Bethesda, Md. “I did not appreciate what a great life I was living,” Heaton, now 18, said in March testimony before Congress. “It was over in a split second.”
Fast forward 238 years since the founding of U.S. democracy, and it continues to survive through the efforts of presidents past. But the office has evolved from what George Washington had in mind.
 
 
 

INTERACTIVE: Why it's bunk: 5 bogus predictions of the end times

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INTERACTIVE — From false prophets to glitchy computer codes, here are five bogus predictions of the end times and the incorrect assumptions behind them.

As the Dec. 21, 2012 potential apocalypse approaches, get the facts behind the most outrageous end-of-times scenarios, and learn how real people were impacted by fake prophecies.

 

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